How This Election Is Literally Making You Sick

And what experts say you can do about it.

One Diet Change That Can Slash Your Heart Disease and Stroke Risk

Eating fewer refined carbs was shown to lower elevated diastolic blood pressure, a major cardiovascular risk factor for people under 50.

12 Surprisingly Healthy Fast-Food Picks

How to enjoy takeout without going overboard.

1 Small Way to Improve Your Self-Esteem

Tweaking your morning routine can make a big difference. 

Calcium Supplements May Damage the Heart, But Calcium-Rich Foods Seem to Protect It

Should you be taking calcium supplements? A new study adds to growing concern about getting our vitamins and minerals from pills rather than food.

Your Wheat Sensitivity May Actually Have Nothing to Do With Gluten

Scientists say a family of proteins known as ATIs may trigger a variety of symptoms, and worsen chronic health conditions.

Some Women May Need Just 4 Pap Tests—Ever

Women who’ve had the HPV vaccine may need fewer cervical cancer screenings than current guidelines recommend, according to a new Harvard study.

The Reason You’re Afraid of Clowns, According to Psychologists

In the midst of a national killer-clown hysteria, two experts explain why these performers give so many people the creeps.